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General Donation

General donations are used at the discretion of the AACSA to support various programs, resources and services for the community.
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AACSA CARES DRIVE

AACSA CARES empowers the community by providing Emergency Food Baskets/Bags, toiletries, hygiene kits, feminine hygiene products,diapers, baby wipes, formula, activity kits, information and resources to keep everyone safe and well-informed. Currently serving those impacted by COVID-19 in Santa Clara County.
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Mother's Day Community Baby Shower

Mother's Day Community Baby Shower for expecting and AACSA is in partnership with Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., San Jose Alumni chapter, County of Santa Clara Public Health Department Black Infant Health, and First 5 Santa Clara.
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Beyond School Hours

The Beyond School Hours program contains a collaboration of various programs designed to address the educational, health, emotional, awareness, and mental development of youth beyond their school activities. This program includes programs such as Summer Day Camp, Leadership Academy and Kids Club.
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STEAM on Saturdays

What is STEAM on Saturday? STEAM on Saturday offers FREE Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) related educational and enrichment opportunities for middle and high school students in the Bay Area. We offer classes on Saturday afternoons in eight week sessions on a quarterly basis (Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall).
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The AACSA Leadership Academy is designed to empower African American youth through a three-day leadership training weekend and year-long cohort program. The Leadership Academy seeks to recruit, train and develop, provide interactive workshops for the journey of young African American servant leaders by connecting real-life to reality for our participants

Highlights

  • The program begins with a 3 day leadership retreat on the first weekend in May
  • High school and college students are then enrolled in our Young Black Leaders Program where they are connected with mentors and engage in monthly community Service Projects
  • Learn ways of understanding self-awareness
  • Network and engage with Silicon Valley leaders from various organizations and companies
  • Understand and appreciate leadership styles similar to and different from his own
  • Engage in meaningful dialogue about the concept of leadership in the 21st century
  • Develop skills related to participatory servant leadership
  • Learn about functionality of corporate and non-profit boards from hands-on experience

If you would like to be involved with the program the AACSA is now seeking:

  • (2) Undergraduate Interns
  • Community Volunteers
  • Workshop Facilitators

AACSA Leadership Academy

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